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Red Dot Activity
Student Body ~1,000
100 students were ‘unknown’
Two counselors for 1,000 students!
Class size of 20-24 students
Same students for 4 years
Advisory Evaluation for Students Advisor’s Name___________
Grade Level __________________
Please take some time and evaluate your experience in Advisory so far this year. It is important to give constructive feedback as we would really like Advisory to work for every student.
Please respond to each question below using the following scale:
1= Strongly Disagree (SD)
2= Disagree (D)
3= Agree (A)
4 = Strongly Agree (SA)
Circle the response that is closest to how you feel.
SD D A SA
My Advisory is meeting my needs. 1 2 3 4
My Advisory class clearly communicates
information and opportunities. 1 2 3 4
I am well informed about academic and
post high school opportunities. 1 2 3 4
I feel supported by my Advisory class. 1 2 3 4
My Advisor cares about me. 1 2 3 4
I understand the relevance of high school
as it relates to my future plans. 1 2 3 4
Advisory is a valuable program. 1 2 3 4
I value and make use of my TCB Time. 1 2 3 4
Suggestions for improvement: (Please be as specific as possible. You may use the back.)
Your Advisory will be given time during TCB to conduct this important survey. If you would like to access the survey from home you may do so at any time. Then, you would NOT need to do it during TCB.
To access the survey, go to this link:
The survey is also posted on Principal Zundel’s Facebook page.
Parents received an email with a separate survey to complete.
Sorting food at the Ashland Food Bank
What I have learned about gathering student data:
And/or you can watch this short video: